Another month has passed, and I’ve managed to carve out some more time staring at the little square meter of prairie I’m photographing this year. In June, activity really picked up as lead plant (Amorpha canescens) and butterfly milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa) started blooming within the plot. However, there was plenty to photograph besides just those species and the many insects they attracted. I continue to be inspired by the diversity of life I’m finding in a very small plot of land. Hopefully, I can pass along some of that inspiration, both during these periodic updates and when I somehow assemble all of this at the end of the project. Here are just a few of the photos taken during June within one single square meter of Lincoln Creek Prairie in Aurora, Nebraska.
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